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Equpment for sasquatch

Hello all,
Having trouble locating clothing and equipment for a large american. I am 6'5" 300 lbs. and am looking for some comfortable snowboard pants. Any other large americans out there with suggestions. I ride an older K2 FatBob with switch step ins. I am satisfied with that as I only ride a few times a year. Maybe later upgrade to something lighter. I freeride with an occasional park visit at the smaller hills around MD and PA. Just can't find pants with enough range of motion. Any help out there???
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For boards, check out the prior snowboards website. They will make totally custom snowboards or make adjustment to their existing ones to suit different riders. they're not cheap boards but you'll be able to get something that suits you.

If you contact them they will actually talk to you in-depth about a setup.
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I am 6'5" 300 lbs. and am looking for some comfortable snowboard pants.
Special Blend Mark Snowboard pants. If you can't get enough room in a XXL in those, you're SOL.
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Hello all,
Having trouble locating clothing and equipment for a large american. I am 6'5" 300 lbs. and am looking for some comfortable snowboard pants. Any other large americans out there with suggestions. I ride an older K2 FatBob with switch step ins. I am satisfied with that as I only ride a few times a year. Maybe later upgrade to something lighter. I freeride with an occasional park visit at the smaller hills around MD and PA. Just can't find pants with enough range of motion. Any help out there???
Columbia makes big/tall pants
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Columbia makes big/tall pants
Yeah I have a pair of columbia shells. Tighter than a virgin on prom night. Looking for something baggy. THanks for the tip though.
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Special Blend Mark Snowboard pants. If you can't get enough room in a XXL in those, you're SOL.
I snaked a pair of SB Marks off ebay for 80 bills new with tags, I got high hopes! Only 8 bucks shipping. Thanks for all of your help, y'all.
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